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Paper Lace chords

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Paper Lace by Sunset Rubdown on Dragonslayer tabbed by Hendo

I think this is how it goes, although it's a little tough to figure out with
all the instruments going on.  This is my best shake (the chords don't 
really line up with the lyrics because UG doesn't seem to handle \t very 
well, but you should be able to figure it out just listening to the chord 
changes, or just singing along)


This is the basic bass/guitar riff they play at the intro and all the 
interludes, although i think they play several variations of the following.  
I'm not too interested in figuring it all out, i'd love it if someone else 
would


e--------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|
G--------------------------------|
D---------2-0--------------------|
A-----0-2-----0---0---0-2-0------|
E-0-4---------------4-------4-0--|


B				E
I heard you're suffering
C#m			E
Come be a wild thing
G#m			E			B			E
Come run with Jackie, me, and this lady

B				E
The stupid house you made
C#m			E
Fell away like paper lace
G#m			E			B			E
Come run with Jackie, me, and this lady

B    A    B
G#m							A
And when you're done crying to everyone
B							E
You can go back to your good home
G#m	
She will be tired
			A
But she'll be glad
			B
When you go back
			E
To your good home

B				E
Paper burns and paper fades and
C#m			E
paper crumples into ugly shapes
G#m			E			B			E
Come run with Jackie, me, and this lady

B    A    B
G#m							A
And when you're done crying to everyone
B							E
You can go back to your good home
G#m	
She will be tired
			A
But she'll be glad
			B
When you go back
			E
To your good home
G#m							A
And when she's done dancing with everyone
B							E
She will go back to your good home
G#m							A
She will be tired from loving everyone
B							E
But she'll be glad that you're back home

E
But for now
			F#m
Until you're home
			A
You ride with us
								B
There was no way you could have known
			C#m									E
About the things she didn't know she couldn't trust
E
Oh sanctuary, oh sanctuary (repeat through)
E
Oh for now
			F#m
Until you're home
			A
You ride with us
								B
There was no way you could have known
			C#m									E
About the things she didn't know she couldn't trust
E
Oh sanctuary, oh sanctuary (repeat through)
				G#m
Oh what's in the world?
				E
What's in the world?
				G#m				E
What's in the hearts of pretty girls?
(this following part i'm not 100% on)
				B
There's nothing left
			A
Inside the room you've filled
		C#m
With lion skins and laurels
			C#m			B
Those were good ideas
		
But they weren't
A
Diamonds and pearls 

B				E
The stupid house you made
C#m			E
Fell away like paper lace

            
            
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robbie 335 Jun 14, 2009 04:51 AM

Great tab!

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danmcg95 2,957 Nov 20, 2015 12:07 PM

Really good tab! I agree with most parts, but I'd like to add what I think some of the in between parts are.
At 1:02 is an A chord
At 1:21 i play B E A F#m B C#m
At 2:57 instead of C#m B A, i think it goes C#m G#m A
At 3:02 i play B E C#m E twice
At 3:27 i play G#m A B E to end it.

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